Gifted Christian Purity – Sixth and Ninth Commandments About this Life Night This night will have the theme of “gift,” beginning with the environment and the opening games. The night will begin with two fun games that will involve the teens and then transition into the Proclaim for the night. This talk will unpack what it truly means to live a life of purity. After the Proclaim, guys and girls will break into separate groups to discuss what was presented in the talk. It will give an opportunity for each group to open up with their peers of the same sex. The night will close with each group writing and sharing a prayer that they wrote for the opposite sex. Also, each person will be given a prayer partner, whom they will commit to pray for during the upcoming week. Goal of This Night The goal of this night is to help the teens understand the virtues of chastity and purity and their responsibility to practice those virtues in all relationships. This night will also challenge the teens to protect their sexuality and treat it as a gift from God. Catechism # 2332 - 2350 # 2517 - 2527 # 2549 Scripture Genesis 2:24 Matthew 5:27 -28 Matthew 15:19 Galatians 5:22 John 15:15 1 John 2:16 Key Concepts The Sixth and Ninth Commandments state, “Thou shall not commit adultery,” and “Thou shall not covet thy neighbor’s wife.” The virtues of chastity and purity should be practiced in all of our relationships. These Commandments help us to love others instead of using them. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.